What’s scarier than

Monsters and ghosts? Your own mind and desires. It can be heard here:

The struggle between spiritual/religious beliefs and sexuality is real. Ever fought off your own desires to the point where it drove you insane? It doesn’t have to be sexual desires you fought off, but sexual desire is a strong force. Fighting it will make you scream to the heavens and recite spiritual/religious chants… And giving in is like giving in to Satan himself/herself…

As Keanu Reeves character on Constantine once said “Angels and Demons can’t cross over into our plane. So, instead we get what I call half-breeds. The influence peddlers. They can only whisper in our ears. A single word can give you courage, or turn your favorite pleasure into your worst nightmare.”

Without our own personal internal laws, rites, as well as spiritual connections, we are impulsive beings. Impulse purchasing, impulse killing, etc. Without those laws, most of us will turn into devil’s… People will eat people. Meditate on that.


Kowloon Walled City. Located in Hong Kong, it was a city within a city. It cut itself off from the world. It was like a hive that was monitored by the Triads. It was riddled with crooks, brothels, the lost, drug addicts, and people that were poorer than poor. There are only few photos of the place and drawing on how it worked before the government destroyed it. It’s a place that inspired movies, videogames and animes.

One of the many movies that was inspired by Kowloon.
One of the monsters chasing the characters in Kakurenbo. Knowing what kind of people were housed in Kowloon, it makes you wonder if these monsters were based on the twisted crooked evil that lurked in there…
Look of craziness

Despite all the negative things of Kowloon, they had places of healthcare that where ran by unlicensed doctors. They also had fabrication shops, a food market, and schools. Even an indoor temple.


It was a place that gave birth to characters. A place so ran down that you would imagine that it would turn residents into monks, for that it will be one of the ways escaping that place mentally. I guess that’s the beautiful thing about living in the dumps… You can just look up and see the light… Even though light didn’t shine in that place, some individuals ended up making their own light. 🙏✌️

Ghost Adventures

“It is the secret of the world that all things subsist and do not die, but only retire a little from sight and afterwards return again. Nothing is dead; men feign themselves dead, and endure mock funerals and mournful obituaries, and there they stand looking out of the window, sound and well, in some new strange disguise.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

The paranormal show that started it off for me. The way it’s portrayed now; I do feel a lot of it is fake, and don’t get me wrong, if a fan of Ghost Adventures is reading this right now or if Zak and the GAC is reading this, I am not talking mess nor hating. I love y’all, back then a Friday wasn’t a Friday without an episode of Ghost Adventures. Now from the viewer perspective, but you can’t deny the fact that the places they go to aren’t scary as f*¢k. I believe the first few seasons caught some real evidence. But yeah, their first documentary is super good.

Friday October 17th 2008. I get off of work at 12:30AM (technically Saturday morning). Come home, wash up and then lay down in bed. I can’t go straight to sleep when I come home, so I start flipping through the channels. I come across the Ghost Adventures documentary on the Travel Channel. I watch it all the way through…

HOLY SHIT! I end up not going to sleep until around 3:30AM. I have had my share of paranormal experiences as a kid, but from that point on, after seeing that documentary, I have been diving deeper into the paranormal world. If you know any Filipinos, you will know that our culture evolves around paranormal essence. We have a list of ghosts and creatures that the indigenous & non-indigenous people see all the time in the home land. So I started going to claimed “haunted places” and cemeteries because the paranormal intrigued me. What does the dead know that the living does not?

If you bring your knowledge and wisdom with you beyond the grave, you have nothing to fear and lose. Let’s say you’re a spirit, an elemental of some sort, what can you offer and teach to the seeker? Will you be a teacher at all? What are you doing on your spare time? Does time even exist as that type of being? Hm. ✌️🙏

Live like you’re already dead. Haunt the streets.
P.S., this month starts off with a full moon and ends with a full moon.

Osak-October Thoughts

Us PVT Runners have a holiday every year. It’s October, the whole fuckin month. A time of the year where Friday the 13th would pop up on TV along with other horror movies due to Halloween. The hockey mask used in the franchise didn’t appear until Friday the 13th III in 1982. By 1983 it was released in Japan.

Around that year, many kanjozoku groups formed.
Makes you wonder when the mask was first introduced to hide the kanjozoku’s identity…

The change of the season is enchanting for me. As if the month was waiting for PVT… Waiting for a mischievous offering. Almost like a changeling waking up and finding trolls and goblins to guide her to new life. Perhaps we are all changelings placed here on earth. An offering from another realm.

The transfer over from a young individual, into the world of car culture is the same feeling. You feel like a changeling; you meet new people, friends, families and even rivals. It is a whole new universe. Just like when Kazuhiro entered the world of kanjo culture when he was younger… With that being said I will end this post with this:

[The writing on the hood]

車雑誌などで「大阪名物 府警のシビック狩り!」とまで言われる程であった。




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古川 一弘

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